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The snow plow threw heavy snow and ice on the sidwalk I had already cleared. It is too heavy for me to shovel.
Hank, can you describe the areas of the picture more clearly? I see a red car but can't tell if it's on the road, driveway, or a parking lot next to the sidewalk.
Thank you for helping me see this through your eyes.
According to the City of Lansing website, "The occupant (or owner of an unoccupied parcel) must remove snow and ice from the sidewalk within 24 hours after the snow has fallen."
I need just a bit more clarification to be sure I'm always fully compliant.
1. When the plow throws snow back onto the sidewalk, does the 24 hours for removal of the thrown snow start at the time the plow threw the snow or the time the snow first fell?
2. If it is snowing at the time that the plow throws snow onto the sidewalk, does all of the snow (that which is falling and that which was thrown) need to be removed at the same time, or does the 24 hours for that which was thrown begin when it was thrown (or possibly when it first fell) and the 24 hours for that which is falling begin when it stops falling?
3. Since occupants may not be home when the plow throws snow onto the sidewalk, will the plow driver be documenting the date and time that the snow is thrown so that the occupant will know when to begin the 24 hour timer?
Any clarification on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
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